C-7 Low Voltage Systems
Contractors License

  Get Your C-7 Low Voltage Systems License

  Livestream or In-Person Classes

  Study From Home Or In A Class

  Only Takes A Few Weeks (FAST)

  Pass-Test Guarantee

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Contractor Studying for his Contractor license

Low Voltage Systems

If you install or work with low voltage systems and want to get your contractors license so that you can take your own jobs and be your own boss and make more money and work towards financial freedom — you’re in the right place.

866-570-3648

How To Get Your C-7 Contractors License

So you do low voltage work and want to get your contractors license?

It’s easy.

Well, relatively.

We try to make it as easy as possible for our students.

The Basic Requirements

There are only three.

1. You must have 4 years of experience doing C-7 Low Voltage work.

(either working for someone or self-employed).

2. You must be at least 18 years old.

3. You must have a valid social security or ITIN number.

THEN YOU MUST PASS SOME TESTS

Basically three tests.

First, the trade test. This test shouldn’t be too hard because you have a lot of experience in your trade — you’re a journey-level contractor. That being said, the terminology the state uses in the tests may very well be different from the terms you use on the job site. For this reason, we provide you with study material to prep for this test.

Second, the law and business test. This test is much harder than the trade test (unless of course you’re a lawyer — in which case God Bless You for getting out of the law and going into a more meaningful trade like construction. That’s sort of a joke.

The LAW test is hard because it deals with many terms you may not have heard. And the test was designed and written by lawyers. Point is, you’ll need to prepare for this test if you’re going to want to pass.

Third, the asbestos test. This test is easy because it’s open book, and we will provide you with the book required.

HOW DO YOU PASS THESE TESTS?

That’s where we come in. It’s our job and our mission to help you pass all of the tests and get your contractors license. And we even provide a pass-test guarantee.

How can we provide such a guarantee?

Easy.

We’ve been in business for more than a decade and know the ins-and-outs of teaching and instructing contractors. We know the exact material to provide to you so that you will be able to pass the state tests.

PRACTICE TESTS.

We’re most proud of our practice tests. We provide you, as apart of our course material, with hundreds of practice test questions that will prepare you to pass the state tests.

If you pass our tests you will be able to pass their tests.

WHERE ARE WE LOCATED?

You can find our headquarters in sunny Southern California. Or, like we like to say, SoCAL. But we do serve all of sunny and rainy California. Yes, even including wherever you live.

You can order our study materials and work through them from home on your own time.

Or you can enroll in our livestream classes and work from home — joining our classes live during the week.

Or, if you reside in SoCal, you can join us at one of our in-person locations.

Great thing about construction is — it’s an essential job.

Even when pandemics hit.

Call us for more info or to enroll.

866-570-3648

Proving your 4 years of experience.

It’s simple as this: you need one person to sign off on your application verifying you have the necessary experience. This person would usually be an employer or a coworker or a licensed contractor you’ve worked for or have done work with.

If you’re self-employed you would get a signature from a client.

And if you’ve done work on homes or properties you own, you can claim owner-builder status and qualify through that.

Description Of The C-7 License

From CSLB:

California Code of Regulations
Title 16, Division 8, Article 3. Classifications

A communication and low voltage contractor installs, services and maintains all types of communication and low voltage systems which are energy limited and do not exceed 91 volts. These systems include, but are not limited to telephone systems, sound systems, cable television systems, closed-circuit video systems, satellite dish antennas, instrumentation and temperature controls, and low voltage landscape lighting. Low voltage fire alarm systems are specifically not included in this section.

Authority cited: Sections 7008 and 7059, Reference: Sections 7058 and 7059 (Business and Professions Code)